If you tend to procrastinate, you probably still have some people to shop for this holiday season. Well, here are a few gifts that are not only thoughtful, they’ll keep on giving, all year long.
If you know someone who loves the arts, a membership to the American Alliance of Museums might be the perfect gift. On AAM-us.org, you’ll see that the membership cost for students and seniors is $ 50, while the cost for professionals is $ 90.
That’s not bad considering that one membership can grant admission to over 600 museums nationwide. Even if they only visit a couple of museums in their area on a regular basis, it will still be cheaper than paying full admission each time.
For your friends and family who love to learn, think about signing them up for some classes. Check out websites like LivingSocial, Groupon and Amazon Local to find classes that range anywhere from $ 30 to $ 200 and up. The courses don’t have to be formal — some great subjects include cooking, foreign language, fitness and art.
Finally, if you’re still stuck on what to get that special someone, a subscription to Netflix can be just the ticket for your movie-loving friends. These subscriptions range from one month to a full year so there’s a gift for any budget.
This Christmas, keep these tips in mind. You’ll have amazing, wallet-friendly gifts on hand for the holidays, and you won’t have to leave the house to buy them.